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Pavlov VR

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Pavlov is a multiplayer shooter for the HTC Vive.

Features
  • Dedicated Servers
  • Competitive Search And Destroy game mode
  • Casual fast-paced game modes
  • Bots
  • Matchmaking
  • Offline/Practice mode
  • Voice Chat
  • Touchpad and OOB locomotion

OOB LocomotionOOB stands for "out of body", a teleport variation without actually teleporting, your "avatar" moves into the target location while you snap every half a second to it. This works great for people who are prone to motion sickness without breaking the game for other people, this means you can play with regular players.
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davevillz
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davevillz
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Not rated

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows 7 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Quad Core 3 Ghz +
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 970
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
Recommended:
  • OS: Windows 10 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Quad Core 3 Ghz +
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GTX 980 ti or GTX 1070
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 4 GB available space
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

Where to buy

Steam

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Pavlov VR reviews and comments

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Early Access Review Info: Oculus Touch user Pavlov was my first "self-bought" VR game. The Reason: I wanted to baller for small Money. Of course, the Oculus Touch bundle included many cool Games: Robo Recall etc. Although Robo recall is an absolute VR AAA Product from Epic, I spend more Time in the €10 Pavlov. (Which is not to say that Robo recall etc are not good Games < 3) The Reasons for this are quite simple explained: I was able to test the Demo and find out about the cool Weapon handling And test The Touch control. (The Demo no longer exists directly on Steam. Googled them simply (Steam DB) I just like to get my Gun to pick up, grab with both Hands or remove the Magazine. In Addition, often does the "Charging Wood have to be??" (Ka as is called something) to be stretched/the old Cartridge out of the Chamber. So I'm not just on the ball, but I have a lot more work to do and have to manage my Equipment "somewhat." Even with Grenades, I pull the Splint myself. Otherwise, Pavlov is a great Shooter. Mostly I just Play against the pretty "stupid" bots. I buy an AWP, sit behind a Box and show the Guys who's Daddy. That doesn't sound exciting at first and as a "normal" game you would say Zero Eight Fifteen. In Vr, however, things are different. It makes easy Mega mood to kneel on the Floor, snip a Bot and then re-stretch the Bolt. For Safety, I put my Gun on the Floor next to me to grab it quickly. In Multiplayer, I've only spent a few Matches. The EU'S Player-count is so "lala." But That may also be because I often play late At night. Unfortunately, I can't share any Experience for during the day. The MP is Fun, but it is often too streppy for me. Often you have People in the Round just running around with the Knife. (This seems to be an operating THING imo) Nevertheless, I can also highly recommend the MP. Funny Situation as an Example: I sniped a Guy behind a Car. Once He throws all his Guns away unf starts waving. I leave him in peace. He comes to me. We bale around. He stabs me off. :D:D That certainly doesn't sound like that bouncing now. But how do you say so beautifully: You must have been there. In VR, such a simple Shooter Is just crazy Fun because so much Rotz happens. Note: I also find VR games imo very "Kiddy free." This may be due to the Price of VR Devices. (No offense, not all young Players are Idiots. But unfortunately many still have to mature) Is used in Pavlov Voip It is usually very funny and NO COD lobby or CS GO standart. (Says: Techno Muck, Shouting And Mums you hear call: Kevin scooping your Bude up) Graphically, Pavlov has succeeded for a VR Game. The Sound is delicate. You have to get used to the Controls with Oculus Stuff. The Tutorial Shows only Vive controlles. Important: You need 360 Degree Oclulus (Expirmental googlen for 2 Sensors) At the BEST or 3. Otherwise, in Option, activate the Turn function for the Stick. Otherwise, there is a lot Of Frustration. You have to get used To Gymnastics via stick. Btw: I never became Motionsick. To compare: I manage Adr1ft for 15-30 Minutes at a Time. But You also have to get used to it at Pavlov. The Workshop was also very successful. Here you can load new Cards and even rip these MEIST with Bots. For me, Pavlov is clearly worth €10. If Necessary, just experiment with the Demo for 20 Minutes. Hf.
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